The earmolds and earplugs are produced by our professional and experienced team.

The function of the earmould

  1. Retention:It can ensure that the hearing aid will not be displaced and it is more comfortable to wear.
  2. Prevent feedback:Feedback is caused by the seal between the earmould and the external auditory canal is loose.
  3. Improve the sound quality:The earmould helps to reduce environmental noise and amplify specific frequency range which is crucial for the hearing aid user to understand speech. A vent may be added to the earmould to balance the pressure inside and outside the ear canal.

Manufacturing Service Modernization

3D Scanning

The earmould technician will first scan the ear impression into a 3D image. Traditionally, the ear impression can only be stored for three months without any distortion. Now, the scanned 3D image can be stored permanently, and it is much more convenient for re-production of earmoulds and comparisons of ear impressions in the future.

3D Scanning

The earmould technician will first scan the ear impression into a 3D image. Traditionally, the ear impression can only be stored for three months without any distortion. Now, the scanned 3D image can be stored permanently, and it is much more convenient for re-production of earmoulds and comparisons of ear impressions in the future.

Computer Modeling

The earmould technician utilizes the computer and 3D mouse to design appropriate style and shape from the 3D image; the modelled 3D image data can be stored permanently for future reproduction.

Computer Modeling

The earmould technician utilizes the computer and 3D mouse to design appropriate style and shape from the 3D image; the modelled 3D image data can be stored permanently for future reproduction.

3D Printing

After the 3D Image is modeled, the earmould/custom-made shell can be accurately printed with a 3D printer. The output will then be ready for post-process/custom-made hearing aid assembly.

3D Printing

After the 3D Image is modeled, the earmould/custom-made shell can be accurately printed with a 3D printer. The output will then be ready for post-process/custom-made hearing aid assembly.